WASHINGTON" CITY, D. C., MONDAY TORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1872.
AUCTION SALES n
lVJlli;KN At WILLIAM, AactLaeera,
l Nortbweet corner TrDihandUstreeta.
alihm r n tnnir and Tiirnc mud. vtitii
TIIKIMPItmPMtNTH. AT AirtTlllVf
On MUNIlAV. lb Midr of Iiomnilter. A.
D Irs. at II o'nlwh. a m.,w ahull aril, on
uiairajnartie tract 01 uu n.
onKina; hi nnuiniiri itCTi ""l tap OI"wiu
i np iinn or onn r. I'iari Bun junn tanover.
r-i , lyitur In Irlnc GeoraVe comity. Mrjtml.nl
nil to new-cut IlUdrnatiurjr road, annul four tut Iff
f mm th M ubtiviim rllr inArkpu. db lb UIubvocmI
Cemetery road, Thla place cnm)t baurrodM
trark rmnleitlo tb Mtc of Man hod. Itw.il be
rpritHTRICH HALB OFVAI t'AI
tender tnd by virtu of ft decree of Ihf ftaprem
HUNT II AMD
eireUeut pump of water al t he donjMwo lcre lota,
liMiuij'mvnit vkii HFiprpuiiiiiiwwiui oi nwr
running tbronah each Int.
iw ania wiiiuhii i mm i a
wbicbweaak tb attention o
, without reaorv to lhtartkMtUtdn,ia.
rluk In kttatittrm Af art I i n BB 111 11 I fit
Lhor vlU not ha dlnimolUllltftiMJUi
Term! On UUrd oah;
thru roar, for nntaa h
by ft deed of trnaTon the mu1
chaner 110 dmmnnHrh
a wim wiuun irn
imwri Vfu i
And If Ine terma Are not eomi
aaiBaiierineuay oi aei, in owner reeerve ine
rwlit la reeell the property Al In rwi and ent of
the tlefanltltwr purrliaer, by advarttaitw utt
tlnieelnanme newepepcr rahllahed iaHAaaliurtua
I gnat Work Itorere. ioi tfork M ale. 1 Market
w aa-ona, (nearly new.) 1 nor Ckru ud Barn,
Mi Hlnirle And Double llarnee,!' of Hob, ADjjifl
I'ahhaioM. tn Im aril I (n tnf An anlt nurrhuwrt AM
notbarrel Turnips, lot CiwwJ! ax And f outnw Pot,
J1T1TWB. PJU Vi JBil 11
. Iiit of Manure mild lot of u
Hwdi, good lot of AirrAiri( im fUmbarb llenta,
Term of personal All tnmi of and tinder f M
tin m au ini
rllr nmiwftf for Ml
of tb Above farm fan do no b) calling on tb Alio-
eab; over that mount a credit of so and n oars for
iVraona wlahinv to chmntr
tdnnM iuit. huHnir IntjiraHt.
j I'rvjwinj- i(T
tlonri for tcrnw.
tVi h WILLtAWfl, AncU.
1) V (UIKKN V WII.MA1IK. AariUi
I No lw nortbwMt oornr Jenth And ltrwt,
ORASOICHr HALF Of ALII A HI.? UITAKItV
iniii nnn I'luiiAitmr it niuiK a
lmilHth. AUmu THK llNK l) THK ClIFft.
ii' i nnr riim rni uurr i a
"OTIOH lUKtMS. NtrnTHWr-HT
Court of ihAlnfttrtot Of Qilnnipjl r"! la oaum
no, nju.riuur iwcin , ikiuauivu'w in
irnirfji i win Piu Aijmwio nrtinn.on in
FRENCH MINISTRY RESIGN.
on WBrbNLHpAY, Dfonnbr'ff 4,t 4 'iock.p m ,
ftJlthatvaluahlananwI of lan.1 Ma hi ihsiHIvn
Vi uhinfttPB, ndT bwlotf ortaHnal lot Sunknai-Mnvef
It, ) ftbil irt of lot onnibrM Bv (I) lq iha aubdlvla.
Jof ftiulaitiJiftlMMil tT handled And twpntr
thr.(t&OMruinaicfiirMldDaiTl of land at ttm
AtMh-Mt oprpar m AAldAHdar, pinnlAW thontf' i
BortA wlta riftetntb ttrJtlmr fWlM. theno '
a-mth nftf (H) fat M Q tTftTlbl'DC WMI Will) pal 1 '
O atrfH to tn x4m of bwinnlntr. with tta bnlldlna '
Andlmrpyrmnta thtron. And w AppnrUnAnorA i
. ThU proAvrtr ta JlroUr orpoaft In TrtAvarr
pciaartnnit. And U bandivMM tiQirord or Iim
fl YaaiiiiAiin I
tbfffMi'MT brtk bttain7 4Knn)i
l-tu till otbn m oWtW, AtKl
wpmnfirana, no. roiit airai.
Tt-ltMrti On third of tb puitbaa monar tflb
paldlnouDi tha balance In aqaU parraanu ttirlt
UU twniv HIUUUU 1IUU lUW UBf VI H WIHI la-
Add jrlTn tnd dd of trail lo Aacnrc dafrrd
Anrlnar al coat of PHKbaarr -
noiiMisaa 111. 4tjvr niiturn, ntt".
T HIiHfttUa Vrrr (JrnT Prnldrnl
ThlrPirAlli Oftlj I'ainr Ifl la I
It Mien laff HirnaiAr Udlmftilsn
VrffkflTmtrt7lT llfft Itt.
SITED 8TATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
tlrtnaof writ of firt faHat tajntM from the
mh, in fro
let, on TU
it 13 o'ctorl
hrr. km. at 13 o'efnrk. m . all nf radant'a rla-hL tiLln.
oUlm And Intarapt In And to tn north ltfrtof lot
10, it, m auaar riaiu ai
of Ul ftt, toaVtlier with
nroTvnienia loareon. in id rnj oi naanina-ion, l
u.,aidtd ami larlml upon aUiproprtr of 11. H.
Marrtnan, and wUltaoldlo aattafr ifontlon No,
tl, jndatoJaDnarrtrrTntlMt,lnraTorof 4piJ hr
am and Thonua J Oalt, nt of C W Oatt Uro.
Marahal, P O.
Court of thollblrtctof Ootui
Na rMlaoTM W tinnvill
M unlock at aL, r will aU At mil
Aurtlon Koom ofttfn A H ftlli
It (LouHiUU tb j
At I o'clock p. in. All
Imctt pA"aal br th Rnprma
tor (loluroblA. In Miultf can a
ai. va. wunam u ti.
LRU. Hnrthrf i
nor of ffnlhand tliTa,tTi th-rttx of Waahlna-
uii uuuiiimuiii ur rn
dar of nmanlifr.
infs. at I o'clock p. in i All tAuM iuarrr land
fnowo mm nuramii tjnarrr. ana roraiMi on fnt
inroftb UfaMprftk and (alo rftnal. Abonl two
mllrt above Ueortnwn, In tba Diatrtct of Coium
Ma, and bcioif Atout Ho fort in wt.lth br About M
Iorcboa tn lutn, and roulAlnuM St acroa, mora or
And A!Ao,AtlhaAnM Mm And ptaoa, and in con
OoctloD UtorvwlttL Wf VIM aoll all lb nnuarrlod
otono, wlta lb porprt hal rvbt to iiiiarrr the aama In
tbe purtlo of t&a land Imitn a Ibe PntoinAO Corn
panr'a oond em nation. Irlna; Immedlatalr wt of
and AdJotninar tbe iww, Wrthor wiUioorUIn rltrbta
and piivlletrpa to tho nee at tbe bank of tb aald canal
for turpueo ct tranapnrtaUon, A mure full and
particular dearrtptiou of aU which will appeAr by
rnforonoe to the urooeexllnaa (n bImt eulltlod caiuui.
aiirnuini ciiiaiiau sun oiurra io
TV n. II. UAUNKK, Ural Ratal Ilrokrr
u Ana it.
nUWTPE'fl BAI T Or A TWO-flTOnTASD ATTIO
blltDlNO. J,0. 177 Jirtll HTUU.T, ME.
ilrlrtuf of adeedof tmat (ona, dated Norotnbor
11, 8TJ. and didy reoorded In I Jber No. Ml, folio IM.
Dnenf Ihelaudreoordaof naahliurbm.D C..wawiLl
All the Mlalalcra la.
riue. pervaiher I Tit London. Dectmbfrf.
. tn. The rrilnttlon of Ltfrtor, M to later of
the pntfrior, which wm UBdcrc4irMtfaU,lnv
nefutuu tnr nt rttRUef we debate in the,
AftAtrnhtj- tiM ben hoc pid hf lh rre aldent.
ACtMDK wnrnwmihehlto-1r(whkh Itstod
rel triiatlotiii, I'ptothepreaeDt tlmThl?ra hia
re fnaeil to ATftpCttaem. '
The rrewldcni la tnneh Affected br the but rote
of the AAaeniblr, n mta the onr couraeleft
for him la toreln. Voihln haa vet been aet.
tleil. The Bllnatkn ( one of the fraTfr. Ptrla
OperattoM f laaarajrata la laa Prat-tar.
Hadhib. Dec l.The OttrUa hta the followtn
renorti of oneratloni la the DrOTlncem The tn-
anrrrniB approAcnna in thjoi aiaiajrarnuaj
olght and aturked the troopa on the aatnrba,
but met with a repatie, and were norttied aeTerai
rnllfi. Their loan ta hearr. A retmbltcan band,
DambertiJi one hatntrBd, attempted to aarprlse a
amatl forre at ABTlrvxilel, bnt fhlletl and were
nmenoa, Laruata naa p njni witn me troopa
In the province of Toledo and were defeated.
Ther loat aaren killed, lnrlndlnft' two leAdera.
r . ... j-r -
tncRi; wrrc mitd pnmtucra.
A botlT or innrrB-ebta. n
M Kedertta," have alao lieen heatedln alenrla.
THE CITY AND DEPARTMENTS.
The CanaTreMUnal Priailna.
The coat of the printlnr onlered by the two
Hoomb at the Hat aeuilon la aacertalnM tobf
The Maeaarliaaetia NranUrahtp.
Bef reury Bontwrtl learea for IkMion to-night,
loinrrer the Henatorlal Mi. The tire Presi
dent elect leilrTea that the Nwretirr will le hla
la Tfrr ratloept on polltlcat aubjeru, and de
cline to he drawn ont. A In timea paat, he
tare that hla opinion will 1 Jtlrrn from hU aeat
4 (he ihjtrttnent of Jnitir will not te maile for
ADloriUitQCOnu. anda-ooa dlrectlr la ftmirraaa-
Such topve ar were deemed neceaarr for Pre Im povrlana,) and a toon a dreeler appetml,
K"ftli?wil,0l wrertpoHH loiormanjtotnehiavUb,rDOBdle(1UDni. rDerttnd went to
(Penal ltfTl1rlloHa of 3lr. (irreleT
DflrlnjBAo weMwrerr little of Mr. Oreelej
title Tim office until toward aeren otlock
la tbe tnlDf, dnrtnff which tine he tiaed to
coma id from the office of the American In
atlttte, ibe (kioper t'nlon, where he apent ffre
or alxNn every day writing the"Amrlco
Coniltct,Mr,(iaywaa manising editor of the
paper a.'heTtime, Ills room and that of Mr.
Crmleyolned,a.nltoget to' Horace' den,"
4 werd hU nanctum, it waa beceaaary 10
paw thigh the apartment occupied ly Mr.
Otf. Tfard the hint that Mr. Oreeley waa ex
peeled, D or three broken-down tramp, a gang
of JncahliUrlan occaalotully a woman with a
ohtu oi aobarriptloQ paper, might be aeen
WftUatair Ma on the Iron atalrway that led to
IhfcxOIiliil room, and he generally entereil the
oSleo i a notify proceoaion ot thk character
M.al Mia. Otj. who waa an artrtocrat try
uongreaa. 1 iore,uted thlarlana ot people, (particnuriy
' fteakt the extreme and of the onice, where he
Parrliaao f Meade aad'ftale of Held. j rewaied until Oroeley left, ibont ettoclt. I
It Secretary of theTreanrr haa aathortierfl aometlme aeen a niu a ten peraona
theaMiauattreaAarrat KewTork to mrehaaimtnoflaMM Wgetwo oreeieyn room, tb
najority ol them wanted auhtane of
try, 1 orrnpiru uoai
fr bear u door of Mr. uayv room, ana necea.
rny heard good foany of the dialogue be-
adar, and to aellkttj fnajority ot them wan
dorlng the month U W , I1 '"-,
tJfr bear u door of Mr. Oaj'
riihllo auction, lq front of the prrailae. to Ibe
hlildar.nnVlllIlAl.tlMetK Hae of Ttaram.
er, Vtrl at 4 o'clock p in. Utt 44 and fio, (11 liar,
aiurb, Khrkneaa and riner uldlrlBlon of lota In
tqnarealU aa tbaaanMla reonrded la Liber V f,
olio la. In the Rnrreyor a offloe of the city of U ah
rurton, 1 0 , hvrtber with the lmi roremenu
lenna line mini raen. ana me naianc in ait.
rlirhteen month a t
f aale, with
nth a from dar of a
Mured by a deed of
If (halrtnaof MliinnMmini I toil
with Within Oredaya After aaie. th property wiU be
reaold at the rink and poet of tb daaiUMne pur
chaeer Otmreranrinir at pnrrbAeer'B enat.
reranrlnir At pnrrbAeer'B enat,
KUHARlAHIFIrf IM Tn
U. It. W AltS Lit, Auct
ITIIILII X CLEWIV,
Aiipti(MiFa Bnit Itnat Vtalit TlwiVapa
ttouthweal oornor Penn. are, and LlaTenth etreet,
Hur Oitlee Uulldlnr.
TTtUBTFE'" SUX OP VAl.fTABI.P TUPnOVTO
i iiiHnwui suit VUH.U 1 unr iiai laaioii ' I'aaj v I irAu mi n ir. r i'ii iv njnrr i. nr-
TaoeteewAmndaUdoawf th United Rtaie Car. I HTHKETH WPHT
fnl. Waahtiio-tnti MonumonL anil nthop tmtilli hnllil I Rr viriuanf a itjwo oa at tha H
Inn are laid of tbi alone. Tbe Aiiedurt llrldf I TMetrtrt of ttolumbla, paned in a chancery caiute,
', aian, oak 11111 cmioierr I ! onn tTancia iKma, com plain ant. tb. jj.
Til AND BIXTrJlNTU
f the flnprera Conrt of the
t baiel, and Mlto etiMrabMi ar ball of Ue baoha I lloudet al , do f ewlanta. on the lUb day ofnoveinber.
alhel'otomao river, 1
?'o, John Frauria
toud ot al . dofoiulai
Inn, I aha 11 offer fur aale at pill
1 in 1 rr in i, on aiuiA
iaIo at milhllrt iiiiATi Iti fmnl
e niiarrloaean lie aeon at flroonArlall 1 of th hrfmliM on UOlnlV thaathitav nt t-
llama' Auction ItAooia,oorur of Tentb and Uatreete ' cenitar, 173, al 4 o'clock, p. m., that terrelbrtbU lot
northweet, where Any Information can be obtained, of irrpund, number three, (1) in Haniuel Ialdaon'
i pmiu rtn miuiiuB uip uuimn vj laaiuar iiu.uiTiotun, tn wuar huiuii
taeianaj roan or inuw roaaicftaiiur from tteor- . ninetr-urht,(i,BM1Piba
towntHthetniafBtarleVe. Diatrirt. IroproTod by ft
1 anna of ftar ftna al.th raah. and the-ttalane In IM?. on North K Btroot. I
thirty errial monthly payroente, wimintereat at the I tornui atreela went, and front inif Aoutb M feet U
rate ot tea per oeniaw irr annrairwnuay oi aaie, i ineuea, wiin ta'iio oi leaieei iiii
Tin it ra io mmaman m in oriTera, I mri, iju im wiq bi
,nd AoreMllile from Katreetby ft
rv an thA atfafartlnn na (ha llmrinn. I allot. lUfwlvlJain.1
lien rvUlned on tb property Bold: or thpnr 'aide Alley U feet wide,! and onnUfnlntr f.tiuira
iim in rwni iiv urii oiiorit'r I mn imin it . 4 mm iui ii. miai.i in inn in,.
piMpu Tictniiy or rwiti aauaraanii tn Arlington
MUAI InatallmenU At nil and twelve monlha, with In
cbaae money ran le ia
tima than aa af itroaatA.
poelt of ! will be reairei Of tb pnrchaaer at
time of aale. All convejaovlnf awl atanti at coat i lor ma of aale On thin! raah' the realdue In
fourohae-r MU of lb property Will lie eibllo evinal InatallmenU At els and twelve monlha, within
He) At the time of aalf tereat f roni tbe day of aale, aeen red bylhenotoa of
MM P. MATT1
PlilMP A nV
Ull i. MlUk
(1KKKN At fflLUAMS, Ancta. the i
J- VI? '
VIIUi:KNVUII.LIAM-t, AMcllaT, i All convey ocln at than of tb pnrcbaecr. it
uwiw in nTuara,uie
Upon the raiment of the whole pnrrliAae
r, with the Intereat and the final ratlfliwtlofi of
ilo by tbe court, (and not befor,) 1 will conver
kiiiroai earn to ina puronaeor in roeaimnie.
rraa ar Mt iuiled
.fHr4&:"u'?7?ia"vlt ttita'V ''iU&L'A'JT. f I"'f
l u I T .., SV af " Ebu. fc.. iua. xtS. . " mmMI ' fTT1yT .'" m rTrM mw iu
iTl' 1 virtu of ft deed oftraat l the under-1 - i " - - - -
the Liod reoorda of Waablnirton county. In tbe III. fVItftTVF'fl raLP. OP T.AMP IN TBIXCE
w. fA. u j ai raitaifl auoiuia. iu mini oi in . ....... ...i:"" ;j.l.ai .11 aiiM.u
..wmi.oe.trt tUhiAieat btddrr.on Tl'KHUAV.the
.Kb darofDeber.taTl. itloUrt. P . bimAII
l'". '" larl .
tnone pleee or mreela.of
rroutul bjhI ieetnl
-j .. .i,t iliailiinhiaaAivi Eli tilat nrnuin of t
"!'."""' .'S-.rTT.'V- ,. ..ii 1... .ij .: i.j-
n IHVUH'H aa ItH
re' county, HUle of Maryland, BtrUna- aa a
of eotilir.beertna date the Hat dar of May,
1871, and paeeed In cauaed In aald court between
Jlk. aitir nf Uaaliliurliio. In Bi
one bnndrod and bo Ten. (Iiff.l one hundred and
runn, (I1 '" .".'" ? C3Vll n.YTioSi I ", to the hia-heat birtJer, on TllLBHlil, id
Li 1. AT VkaV V.i oi" " preralaea, aU that tract of laud, lyiwt ana
ail? kStdtSTani WpH rtncTSeorye'- county and now owned
I.,-i- thaMnn. wimlatliur nf An Ihna, f"1 " IV.""?2 T'2" "
Ft- 7&S?BJSiU!SV TlS TuS .wUtiiKSrellr.D a Tb.lrlo.oi..uu.l)r
elhrlbly tooted, with All tbBeceaaary tint Bmiainy.
HUbieeVrrlaire-ltouae, Dam. An. There ar alao
bt1 Tenement llonao. awl a ttor Houae on tb
4BO. II M unurawr aoiiva iw nrm iiirucu
nd I nor ta a axxunueraoie poruuu nnouw
and Wood Land ou tb H bob.
proprrty will da onreu iuiom 10 ami pur
i, aid tt twi Mid la lota wUl b auld aa
Terma of aalei One-third eceh, aud th baWnoa in
ala. twelve And eUjhtoen inouibA qul UurtailoionU:
In aafrrrad iiayment to b eecnTod by tbe bond of
tb pat ebaaar purchaser, th wool to bear Inter.
Ini B ili iJ saj. ar lh rali&nllou tbsraof
by th conrt 1 or th whol of the purchA money
to be paid la raab al the option of tb ptirUuvaw OU
th finaTratlncaUoa of tbe bbJ by the court.
payment 01 in
id not before, th I
tt coat of th pur.
f ermai Onfpnrta of tb rarchfta Banner of each
lion to be iiil In caah. and the remainder In iuai
InaUUjuenU of aU, tweiv And eytatee mnntba,
uiikiniiMil tSofwin al Iha raunf In r af malum.
tobeaocnredtaUoaBBtWarttonof that . All
wlthlnureat thereon at the rat
... 1-. U..U.I la Ik. UIUuliAI M
CAnveyaiKdnar t be M tb of lb puicbaaer, aud
ftdeMjBitoftew1U be rvqulred on eavib. buuae at
body nf inrargeou, calling themaelrea
lerauL" have alao been heatedln alenrla.
The Henat haa naaaed the Mortn-aa-a Hank and
Lnanbllla. The loan provided for by th Utter
win proiHuuy oe uwusuon in 10m insi,
sterling at Hyde Park.
LoNbOK. Derfmrief a. m. An onlerlv
meeting wa held at Hyde Park yeaterday, Odger
and uotiiftw were in principal Bpraacra. a reeo
Inllon conilemnlng the pobllo parka' regutatlniiii
waa adopted, and a petition drawn on aaklng for
ine rraignftiiou 01 LDrarawmnnrr Atnon,
THiaTY.rtTB urn uvr.
The atramahlp Datmatlon, from Urerpool for
the Mediterranean, haa been wreckml. Thirty-
nr 01 ine aaarnxcT boii citb wrrr urn,
The Vaaeral ta Take Plaw aa Wedneadfty
The ltrinala Uroagkl l New 1 ark.
New Yobe. Ieo. L The troateea of the
TWomm at a meeting PatBrda appointed a com-
r, iteetj buu 1.1 rav
mlttte, cohabiting of Sinclair; i
laml. to take entire char of a
llreeley'afDDeraL They have flged It
land, to take entire charge of arrangement for
iireeieyarDDeraL iney nave nxeo it ror wenne
day, at 11 o'clock, from the chnnh of Pivlne
.w...,T .- --tv-t-;;, , .
v ithiku : (xkiuv, ,
thweat ooruer Peuuay IvbuCTav, aam! luaventh ,."
al- Ul.rnmn. H,4l.1ln , ",.
in jton county, U a, and .by dtrec
cnrel thery. W wjllartl. at 011M
of tbeprrtuUeV, oa TUKHUAY. b
in deenlbad (ot. piao or parcl of irrounJ lyln
anl twin tu lb eily.of V7abiualon, I. 0,, and
party aeon re a
Itrectlon of tb
tbe iwn aay
11 iwn u 1 iu ituudu iui or I'lan ia mu inj mm ..a....
lb wetvartof ka uumbarai on. 11.; 1 1" Wim. (Wifi
numlMPB,! threa hunlred An I twenty three. (txU A? ."-? M'R1!
Bald part of lot bavin A frrtutofobfhieen fl ou 0 K a'p iltf-TlV
alreel UortU, An runniua lAjk wllh that widlh th 1 AT AULT It
dUUQMOf lonraifMimie,; wiia -'?." ' .; lIV.V.1 .n
TllOMAH POWMNtl, Actleer.
IX, OP A IArtOESTOrK
COMRIHTINtl OP IK)N1
IITt.FRir. IIORflR HIIOV4.
tNAI!J,o( ULWH, VJOFH.
ft- 1 F'n.rtn 1111 nrn
Patemllv. Iter. Dr. L'hanln. on Fifth Avenue.
No nwclal Inviutlona will bo eent. but It la
already known that orgtnlzatton of varlona
Unda are taking formal alepa for attending In a
The remain of Mr, Oreeley were brought to
thla city from IleaAantville Katonlay evening,
and are now In the reaidence ot Mr. bamael Sin.
ler 01 the rrfmiae, 1 ne two uangn
tera.of Mr. Qreelev and Mr. OlMtona accom
panied the remalna to thla city. The miM
mentions that the I'nton League hare the hope
that Prealdcnt tlrant will take part In the funeral
obaenaleaof hi late dl"tlngiiUhnl rival In the
hiikt Wabo ixichir,
Inhaermnn to-night, apoke in feeling terma of
the death of Mr. llreeley, attribuUnji it to a
broken heart. He enlogUed hU character and
labc)rK,and dwelt on the good he h. accora
pllahcil, Niw York, Not, 1. Mr. Oreeley'a lo.ly waa
Tlewed bv BTeat number nf people lo-Ui, at th
hotiM of Mr. Ninclalr. The remalna will lie In
atate TurmUyat aome place to le deHlghatMl
BAlTHrORC, Tc, t-Wae th death Of Mr,
ftrcrw ffliswr, UrAWt 'RrVw'trV YTrtvrrat
college of thla State will ran lla vote for I'r eal
dent, and auggeatlng unanimity In the vote bv
elector In State electing the Democratic and
Liberal ticket. The elector for Maryland will
have a meeting to-morrow night and decide.
The college U compnaed of nve Democrat and
one Ubfrai ex-ooiernor llradronl. The Im
portance attached to the- 'vote to he rant on
VYedneaday acema to be the tearing It may hare
on a nomination four year hence, Hendrtika'
nam la tironnaeil In Blithe telcsTAma rex el veil
hero. It u auggeated the National UemocreUc.
( nmmlttee ahoukl ezprea lu opinion.
nw 1UBE, feo. 1. i ne inw nwuorrow. in
a leader, rounaela tbe electoral college of the
state w hirh coat their votea for it late editor to
give their aoaragea to tlranu
HFri:uATi: fuuit mitii inpianm:
The Sladeo Indiana ltefaae la IleMave ta
Ike Klamath ItewervatUa One Meddler
aad Piriec IaaUaaa Killed.
San Pbancuoo, Decemiier t. The aaperin
teaaeni oruerci 10 put me aiwhio mtuan on in
Klamath reaervatlon, Oregon, and to nae force If
necAAary, weal In peraoa to the Xoiloca, bnt
incyrcinaeti 10 go. ua id iiuioi novemurr
(alar Jackaon. of Co. TJ. Plrat cavalrv. with
thirty-five men, left Port Klamath for the ramp
01 ui Mwwa, near ui ntuuui v
Itearbln there ha anrroaodad the
qaeated an Interview with the chief of the In
diana, whom he told that tne aoiaieraiiid not
coma tn flsht. but to out them on a reaervatlnn.
The Modoca retailed, and were ordered to lay
Daring the parley one imuan area npon uea
tenant Ooutelle. lie mlaaed hi aim, and llou
tell returned th Are kllllne-the Indian Iniuntlv,
Firing Iwgan on both aldea, and a lttle lasting
two honra and of a deancrate oharacterenaaer
One aoldier waa killed and four wmmdeil, and two
citliena, tiuiam nam bim liarcner, were kiiiea.
Plfreen Indian (Mm)ora were killed, and all the
women and manr hone captnred. The Indiana
Lfrinwtwn. ntMmW a. at 10
Unnliur from dar ta dar UiilUtha
lrt.k mor,.,a i.i.u .... : L"f- '" .. ,X3Ei 3i,' JX js OtSSkS:
iJSSI'.Rffa2il ..iu"r T.;RSj 3;T aKKuiiitf-Hp. tui. k ., c..
M.BMH.Mhun.MWM.rf lr ..L """)";,"
K.rarcsi'ESiEffiLaja jTiks w :Js-1mr,!.dan.i.f.?i..i.Wy
tbe Urma ar not enropiiad with within I
f rom the day of aaj tb traateea reserve
I Iha property ftr one week'a noUoa, at ibe
if tb pitc
down at the U
mnnlhi will Ik iHvoU foe aatlafactorilr
c. u,nat nrvtev ti'SfS0'1
pitrchaaori BU down al I
II. II. WAUNKU,
Ileal KaUl Broker and Auctioneer,
TV SeVeuUt Btreet, bet wees U an4 U.
QAIJtOPlllKl'NirKl) STATES HTKAMollIPS
KJ -UUJUWMAJ.B. aflll-aUMn).-
n..n.wnnii Ditunr a VlTIIIDf V Vint! TN I
1 "!"! """' Y.l. 5.jv.J.iEi'fM" .rv;;vi.ti . tone meaaurenn
. !J,J'.J.VK.iYk V.i-UrollBl.-aT nliVF I -AiOAny.-oi l-uiopa
,-vlUJ:.Vi,ffijt. 4-fc' Till. 1 3;tl 1 1 b veeiB ana ineir in
ur.Uf,1,,,? RIVf .M 'UWtf.u.'iW.'e Btaiirum anerlbann
"Sl.v."'!. A'tll.AH.'i "i 3. . tbetiominamiauiur in
of tb land reoorda for Waehlmrton, DlalrM of
iiimiiia. auu vt uioximu ii i mii "
cured, w will aell at, puUIo acU-i. on th preta-W,totbehla-heat
UdJer, on Monday. tblh day I
of Wtwemtoer. im, 11 ice wi n m .iwiwwwihk
deanrtb(reJelle.lytuirin Iha onuniyof Vtaab-
ThaNavy Departmont will offer for eale attmblto
ncTion. at tb tfalted htaAe Narv Yard, New York,
1 tin lain iiuut iwMimijn. u l u ii o'cjocb m .
th United SuTtea Steeiuabip "Oiierrler, of t.4td
eni. ana in uniieu me nieanuuup
iMiLonH ran n iiminai
luauot, on Application, to
act 1 rn whole amount of the piirchaaa money mnatb
. ii 1 dmmeUed at iha time of ad Judical Ion, and the veael
U?" : muat lie removed from tb Navy lard within two
'i on . WMkB rnim tha dar of aalo.
Ibe Uovernmetii reeerve th rbrht to withdraw
ine venriBinnu aiei but uiiiv, auu hi rejectBnj
tuu ur I'uor wiih u u isiuoturi
on million bond each Wodneedar,
one million gow eecaThuraday
Trmanry Dak-Kerplag, lktn Mf. Oreeley and hla vlKltora. Here la a
The diAerence between the actual oautandin lair aatsriia of a ereat manr 1
pnbiio deht, aa ahown by an enumeration of I tDpu Horace, I am a poor printer, and I hare
laanea and redemption, and themonntrachdLAti.iaatiiinna in-yt iinpar Ht.
by a deduction of recelpu from zrenditttreatni AJtlf, nave yon had anything to drink?'
aince the adopuon of the conttitation la only
llltla mnn Ik.. mMM iwtn am wt. ji. T.
all ezplatneiL except to the amonntof lea thai
minion, which run back to revolutionary tlroea.
The Pawtal TeterBai fil
Aconantar report from luty, recrlrcl at tH
State Department, aaya that the Ooveninvot
telegraph ayatem worka excellently In thft coun
try. The tariff la now one frano foi flfteal woMa
toany part of the elnjf loin, and the ainnal re
celpu ereaboot alx million franc. Were are
more than n,ooo Mlojnetre of wire, and the
tinea are being conattrniy extrn lel tn meet the
uncle" "You know yon lie, Whafa the
of lying atioutltt 1 amell grog, and therei
gVog her except what yon broaght In."
ila, of ewir, led to farther proteatatlona on
part of the printer, when, tn end the roat-
llrt.ik.wM(l.l a W1'11 mt few.,1 !
I. kin HIT f1inii J ITII f.npjf inirn,
iUr. I know von will go down to the Tewtei
ngilafafaona pot-honae near the TWt",oi-
aa4fa4drank. Then you will proliabty gel
il4 but S cant help" that. Vhydont yon go
eaC and be a decent man?" AU thla apoken tn
, r. drtti-mt treble veke. and with hla pecnllar
rahtaala. wa Irrealatlbly cumlc, bnt It waa of
Ajnofthlghfly occurrence In the Tribune office
1 ttte jjertoj 01 wnicn 1 apeai, ani ior many
I.lcateaaat Claveraar V. II. rtla,t.a.
noverner-elect nf Florida, waa intrminri aa ihi lorta? War ticfore.
PreaMenton Saturday byroaimutv Oenrd rejmemTWa ery intereatlng looking woman
CreswelL and explained the condition of aSalT cima lata the office, and aked for Mr.Oreeler.
In that State. OoTernor moxham waa wl Bheiuahewnto hlaroon,and In a few min
pleaae.1 with hla reception. No Interference y naMj.0rey came ont Into the larger edtto-
I nltedStatea Official With thedntleanflhout AitLm ar,.-. .-, nnj. t.n nr three In th
hoanlof canrMNeraiaexpecteil. ohVeTu tb time. Horace atood at the door,
.. utrltkonthddrrMinghlmaelf to any one par.
tnectia ar Kevcaue. tienUrlv. aaldi "Will aomelKkly loan me Ave doU
thtnk It waa Amoa J. Camming, the
pffAqnt taanaguig editor of th Sim, who gave. It
A lilll hi Um .uu.i i.i. ., i t. "? '".
ConzreRa tO CnnAOHit (ha Intornal nxn l.L.
.. ... : - ....--. ...,..-.
Bureau with the Ctutom Bureau of the TreAjir.
and tlaceal the collection of reTenarbyth
tfovernment under one head, with avitenf of
apoclAl agent, who are to Aueaawell a for
lect the revenae from internal oae. rt I nt
ropoaed, of couree, to change tt mode of eel
roatniMter Oeneral Crearfll, In hia report, re
commend that the noverpment rmrchaaeexlat
Ing line for the poatal telegraph atttem. pro-
vllel that they ran he ouined for f l.one.ern. If
nou men ne recommrii tnai ine tKrvernnent
bhllillUOwn lino, with All Ita oncrator made
Ofltrer Of th I'nat tnnc (lenartmdnt Thla la In
(rlf, the whole of recommendation on thla ub.
f A-aeral V. T. Deal
rellnqulshea ftl appointment a aMe-d-cmp
wuo me nnxoi coionei upon tne atairofthe
OeaeraMochlef, and will remain on duty at the
fjiccutivi Manaion a a ueaienant coionei n
artillery detached on apecial aervlce. Tbe law
creatlmr tha grale of General ot the arm f gave
that officer a alaff of alx aldea-de-camo with the
rank-and nav of colonel, but In tha nreaentr.
dncetlautenf the armytleneral Sherman, waa
mm 1191 urn inur, win pnwoiT net tine ui iiii iav
Wf nn-lcraland that Prof. !. V. IIiffinAQ haa
been appointed aanlatant librarian In the law de
partment of the library of rongrraa, Mr. Spof
ford, tbe librarian, having announced to all anpll-
canutheneceaalty tothedotiea of the poaltlon
ui inuniygn lauiiiianiy witn ine ancient ana
modern lannAA-e. combined with a knowleilir
of taw and good buAlneaa halilta, th Pehl of ae-
lOLiiou wasmurn narrowen. Mr. iioaman, we
learn, 1 a Marylander of aome 0 yeara ef age, a
lawyer bv education, and Droteaaor of lanmaa-ea
and matheaiatloa for aorn yeara paat In Oon
xaga CoQeg In thla city, and in Oeorgetown Col-
iKr, ne ib an arcumpiuineti ungniAi,
active and laltortnua man.
, anil an
Trial of Drceeb.laaalla Arm.
The competitive trial of hreech-loallng email
anniUatliiinprogreuat theflprlngQeid armo
ry, and probably will not be concluded before the
lit of February, The number of gun present
ed for trial la much greater than waa expected.
The experiment which the hoard are making
are exceedingly careful and thoroagti. and they
are prolonged by th oonalderatloa ahown to
inventor, who are allowed to withdraw their
gun for the ptirpoae or remedying defect dla
covered In tbe teat. The board are dolntr averv
thine lu their power to secure for the armrtha
beat weapon that haa yet been Invented, and
they believe that at the conclusion of their la
bor thev will be able to recommend a breech
loader euperlor to any that ha been adopted by
The IntrrOrraale Caaal.
The officer of the nary who bare been ord11
to the expedition to aarvey a root for the canal
acroMthe Isthmua of Darten left for Fortress
Monroe on Friday, where they will embark on the
Kanaaa, which will Ball from Norfolk to-day. The
following la a programme of the work to be done.
retrrBtedtothehllla,b.tt returned la the Hun wi.mpiw wi wont Degnn lei, yew
.im.. n,i BuwunntM!...! twinm iha o i iwuitinn. I h fiommAnder liAtfleld and nartv. of flnillna tha
Ingatlaatacomint. sixty Modoca were engak!. beat route from Lake Nicaragua to the Parian,
lioin aiiica araexiweuug rciaiurvrmrnia, iuvr
chief were killed.
irMT tWinr'lKSiKi? , COXmCTIOVT TOBACCO CROP.-AUllOllgll
formerly owned by OeiinoiUBjer.csAiiea liuiua, tllO eaon tta been rcniaj-ahbir UniRTorabie
n.i rumiiiiif thinioa Boulb Tf dr eaet. I percbo, ,.. ,.!...-- .. ,... i,- AKnn l.k.. iin.i in
, nir knimi-i-u i-Mituit-, mo vn'' jui iuitt iu
iwanccurui i ui uiivaa rvrr raieca iu uin.
nnpih 11 U doifeaat III narMMBI Mai iuib Kiatu TTib Iabvob boa narl all tit Ilia VilOr
witn aald pondomn-diilie to dlvlioa, leaoe. foe-1 ,Vit,...i. .rAiivh Immmi nA v.
wiorly put up between; tnia and pan ori rut ownea 1 ,""". ,,w"","i Ir'J-.j.
mora or Leaa, with Oyatw a Una Ul run JkT-Mxu
N. 1 1 ttvi weel Una oondemuod I o la raflroAd:
Iheuci north V de,eAt lit Pfll""Bj
puoir.nu. ut ri-zri Ynrr3
lV"a.,ki ih.n. wiili bbM lina fBtiitB loml On anil atltrn A much finer s-rede
f "TTlil.WH'iyi'ilVSiSireS ' ' IoUmo will to .hlppul IU. er thuu tart.
?jJ3iipS2!3 V m the MopU In HI .ScU mJch telttr. nl
Iabb in llu itiTtalon liuaaauKratiiiir nnaar ata- eniHlliw that will onmtniiiil th
lu25?itonwlth "W PrlCM' lr'd-r .l,U'rt
&reiVwriS jb."UJu utoiS V5 ' lHunI f4"" the crop to 1 tt.ru wn tipoo
ocmUlmniei acre If
ttHxnther with tb lmiriiyemenU Unia.i
isAiitlnir B aitoo
waa a. 1)1 1 In one U BOZi
lu dee 1 dat-1 H4eml
for which pnrpoae theae parties will be pat Into
the Held. After thla la accomplished the atten
tion of the explorer will he turned to the valley
oi the,San Juan river, whu h connect Lake Nic
aragua with the Carrtbean sea. An examination
will be made of the river, and estimates and
plana for Improving!! navigation and an eligible
route will be Bought for locating a canal, a a
more leanim ami leaa cxpenair memoi 01 coo
nectlng the lake with the nea, dehonchlng either
at Han Juan del Norte (areytown)or at Itne'a
Harbor, near Monker PolnL about fortv mile
north of SanJuao. Nearly all of tb naval off.
ren nave aerrni in prvTioua japeiiiunna, anq in
consequence are not only experteared surveyor,
but ar well Inured to the climate.
CONDKXHBH TKLEtHTAMSi. ,
CVmnvxtnre John Cftthoiio dtM In New
York on Saturday, aged TO.
Jamee Wataoti Webb, late of the rotiricr
ami Kiuptlrrr, of New York, la aerlonaly 111
in Nice, Kance.
The Emperor of Germany ha created
twenty-five peer out of the ranks of Oqvern
meat official, general and land owner.
Lieutenant Frederick (Irani la at St.
Lou!-, en route tn hla rrnVnt at Fori (IrllTen,
The charred remalna of Another holjr
have ton rccmeml fmin tho ruins of the
A dlanati h f mm Lftndmi nnnounccn the
death of Mary Somen We, the celebrate!
matnomauciau una wntxr ou anaunuy.
Mr. Wonrlhull and Tcnnlo Claflln do
i-Moit nnt tn h I ml toil on HAtnnlar. tmon htarn-
inir mat inev were to iw lmmouiau'iy rc-nr- 1 " ..m.,...u. wiumm
.. i . . . k ' I 1 have therefore decided, with Tourannreval.
rcatou on a trcan ruBr)jr. tot-n,!-, the rValmAtloii o mv commlmn. ll
1 nut ncenary ior me to assure you 01 in ex
trcm reluctance with which I tiring my mind to
UKXKINATION MRNF.ItAI. PUKTKIt,
('rreepaaalcwcc aa Ike Habjerl
The following correspondence will explain
nHviiiiTiin, i., imrniwr I. iia.
Mr T)kar (Ixnkrau The proposition which I
retently received to enter Into bnalneaa in civil
Ufa la nf ao ailvantaa-eona a nam re that I cannot
help feeling that in rejeUlug It I should do a
Eight hundred men were dUihurKCJ
oru the llrooklvn navy yard on Saturday,
id Ave hundred from the I'carlmitnwn navy
Commander E. P. Utill and ten navr ofll
ra arrived at Portree Monroe YCaleruav to
join the Kansas, which ahd from New York
$STbjTlluJaJau LFf uSaS
nown 011 the day of aalt
f UL If terina of aale ar
oomiJled w tU within T. li ftalth
itee'riwrvthBijrht ft teaelTlb proparty at
liak and coat of Ih defaulllnir purcbaaer
I. MJ.OS.' ,. t Truatae
daeodAJa 1 U AKNEli, Xuctloueer
1 Auctumeeraand Ileal tatafc- nnikere.
Sou thweat coruer of Vfati. ava. and UevrnUl Alreet,
mar uraoB iuiumf.
ff Lr virtne of a decree of the Hui-rem fmH Ml(i packed In tco, to be kept f or summer use,
S2? fia ft W: raSS ' tWSr They IU kcy for year Uneceaeary.
I nveinw r, imii "u Vi,r,M yr 7
i iv nr. uuwrine-Jiew pancrau oi iienrr
Arfadbs1 be forthadowa a fcmuieTmUIciinlam
where bonneta abatt be only tnVpcnnj
nucce, una win wi eonico tu-iwiraiiiyi
Tiiti chaDlaln of a London house of correction
for .WM0.es report that the alarementa of
oieaa naa ueou too ruici occasion oi tne
downfall of a lartre rjronortkm nf Ita Inmate.
This la a sad truth w hlch the revoyd of otber
ia laanioTi a unuie r
nectlna tor tAWtfoovl nricea for the irradea.
while poorer onaUtlea will no doubt bring
much larger prior than wa at Aral top-
OAatK Ia iiniiaiiftUT nlantr In the woods near
New llavon. Professional huntsmen scour
tha woods for mile around the rltv, and,
make trnxtd wacr Id ahootlnir LIrd for the
New York market. One man haa shot forty
three woodcock luM eittfrl dayj Tlieyare
worth 91 a pair. Quail are quite plenty ajrein
a new annply having hoen Imported from
the South since an Ice atortu killed Iha Con
necticut birds anmb year ago, A New Harem
firm haa received an order for one thousand
htnla for a New York hoteU They are fmaen
.ween JTournd-hAir And BlEth iitma.
DBCAWIIU UUI WIUIU IU IOCI 1UWI"
five lot, eaeh bavins front of twenty feel on.amiinj
to a at-foot Uy, and ar all uulmpi
leet 00 aoutb I Btreet, bKwea Four anivaU And
HiithBtroet. and runniu back with that widlh lul
HUir,tWI MB UUUHI
let t a lucbea to a eu-foo!
ar aU uulniproved.
pty-on have beeu aoMlfUM
iuiw IibvIh fmui of lireuir
It twenty and twri
be reuiainlD! lot haa a front of forty f eo 00 aoutb inBu atlon comnrtiW)
it,blwiiouitieaAmetwoatTee4a,ftndrnriatMuk inatixawuii t-uiuprieo.
ti that width li fetl 6 Inchea to tb aame alley, I A. 1. Mall
yesterday, and will anon leao for Nlearajrna
to make a survey.
The first ballot for Untied Stales Senator
In the North Carolina legislature on Satur
day waa almoetlhe same aa on Friday. On
the second ballot Vance received 74 votes,
llcrrlmon 81, and Poole TA Ten llcpuhllcana
voted for Merrlmon.
' On the armlleatliHi tn vacate the order
to examine Win. IL Travcrs in the ault of tW
Erie Uaiiroaa ivotnnany against jay uouta,
Jndire Kane her on Haturdav rendered a deci
sion eramlhg the motion, but with leave to
UnTdeferulantto make another application If
neeeaaary. A almUar order ha bverr granted
in UM case of p. i u. ariow.
ia. violent atom) ntevaueri at nt. joiin a.
N. U., on Friday night and Saturday, doing
great aamago 10 snipiaaiH u ma uwr. w
number of ateamer aud achooners were
Ailvenaahorn and null a Dambcr of UleS
l.ui In iheiltafiiral LvilMlnrs were blown
down. A ptaTtion of hft new edifice, nearly
completed, frtf the Young Men' CnrUtlan
Association fUlrTbreoprooerteawere crushed
and several dwellings uown oer.
ved by a twoatory fraru
Eme alley, 1
oiuw with f
4.1 .in .ink lot on ilar of aali
.. O C R. B.v Eighteen mile of the
thirty-nine mllea Itf Orange Conrt-house of
thla road are now In fine running order. It
ninafortrureeorfokrinlleaiUroiigh the land
of Catherine Furnace Iron property, ten miles
frotn town, within a few hundred yard of
1h stack! The work of bulngtue reatof the
iratk wmbeooiiiinenced iala week, and will
be rapidly punhed forwaid, eereraluew cars
having boon purchased for the purpose. Very
little delayba been caused by the epizootic
dUea. Tb-ntracure provided for the
. . - r.' wrnin in
nairruD rernvian LOOflresawaa r . - -. :t . .- . .w .-fi m
n frlhtnl b ilia anblareanean -nimbUnie I WOtK U DOW pemg uone "O in wihm ui,
i rr ".-"-"". t rr: :- ;t. :v.zm n.i tin favorable weamer. we nooe aooQ
i mat inr anianen nu Diuinea id auuui iu --" . . .. .' .
fni.l.. ..iSkiuWIuL . 10 M. M coni, ir.in 1.1 c.j. iron.
i (i ran ire uouxi-nouA rejrrirwi
. . .-TTr. .... ..,-..- .. .- . "
baa money in caao, tiaUiTBgVAgu am, not tiaueUy considered
I liikiiKlliiiHiita. al r linnu vlatlBtlnna roil Ih rlllKna nf f.tin
Si'.' 'k&nSm'i"i'AVt!S,li!i'SSl lMlMlorelalc,or tho rciulu
JJJtiTiyiSK l'lSfWTiJlSSft i oi timrtrii.o.k iiU wtij pto( u.t
iL.whol. iBcMh m tL. punbM.r.iitioiL A moaib. Tn i!r jlih PeniTUD Coagrt t w
'BU till IUI UIHI 111
it iuronaara coat
H .1... ik(.l A Ih. ....frAt
anllbareBldua lu three ernial luauuimeuta. at re WeUotTk TLaiLatlona! but the cltlien of Lima
deed Hlvea on tha nuaf ratlucAUou of aale. Couv)
danger by furnishing dump-cars,
9 d3ryr 1 aluabhj servicer Vliorou
bo4 Wlarduj AuctioiWanA. A viwlocomTtlv c"lad "Buffalo," to U
pr-jiit: atjoyk balk is POSTPONED UNTIL ue4 on ft Western New Yobk railroad, ba a
t;",HjirVhTOS-Iiu i,a taHIC " i Iromptaw of an elegantly mounted bnflaio'a I
OTaXflMIttliCIJlABT.Awts. hfad.F U
sever the ot -vl relations which have ao loiur ex,
late!, andy nemnry of which laball always
resard a ue u.ei cnensned reooiiecuon oi mv
For many years it naa ncen my privilege tone
a dally witness to thnee transcendent qualities
which a grateful people have repeatedly recog
nlied by a bestowal of the highest omcea within
their gift. I foel renfldent that a continued ex
ercise of the aame qualities cannot fall to render
the remaining year of your omual Itf as bnt-'
llant in reaulta as your previous achievements
nave lieen rraugni win auvaatage so ine irue
intereRts or is nation.
lithe old man. Of course the woman walked
dvT4Btalra breathing Messing on Mr. Oreeley.
Neit night when he came Into the office he aald,
Ishh aavte treble voice, "Somebody gave me
Adntiars last eight. Here they are."
Ftdaliy, th nm npon Mr. oreeley became ao
ftM thai Sam. Sinclair, the puhtiaher, hired a
afj Itllow, alx feet high, and stationed him near
tWxoorto keep Mr. ureetey'a pecnllar visitor
evayi nmeea tney nan aome otner ousineM with
tfn than mere begging. I have forgotten hla
nam notrat M waa M Bea" something or other.
TJ,t man aavTd Oreeley at least a thoosand dol
lar daring th eight or nine month ttftt he was
tkera, It bad been In California, and was any-
tiinghut ceremonloo In hla demeanor. In ad
dition to the doty of attending to tbe door, he
hmd to go to the post office at a certain hoar every
alghj to get tbe mall. Theubums,"aaBennsed
tp politely term them, soon fonnd thla out, and
tseit to watch for N departure to tbe poet office,
whea) they would ateal op at sir In hla elMenc
and get In to Oreeley. Ben heard of the trick
that Waa being played on blm, and one night re-
: turned, yW foojid a fellow telling hi story to Mr.
! Orecrer. He broke In on their conversation with
H1ftciamsAlon, MI n you, didut I tell yon not
and let him drop down two or inree nignia. one
night, between seven and eight o'clock, Ben got
Into a rather load altercation at the door. Ml
have an engagement with Mr, Oreeley." MYon
cant play that game with me; get away from
nerej Mr, tireeiey noea not want to see any
nnms' to-night. Some one went out and found
Senator Wilson In this awkward position. It was
In Btunmer, and Mr. Wilson had Jun arrived from
Washington. He wore a linen coat, and waacov.
aredwlth dust. Ben thought he recognised In
him an old fellow who bad bored Mr, Oreeley a
good deal, and came very near throwing onrfu
fature Vloe President down stairs.
As everybody knows Mr. Oreeley'a great fort
wa autistic and election returns. Too op In
these two rare qualifications or accomplishments;
I hare the number of pounds of last yeara wool
clip and tbe ton of pig-iron made In Pennsylva
nia at one1 finger end waa tbe aureatand easiest
way to Mr, Oreeley'a heart and commendation.
He rarely gave instruction about tbe paper or
even made suggestion except In an editorial
way, bnt daring election times, when there could
not be too many tables to satisfy him. It waa a
aaylag In tbe office that he could tell tnatinctlrely
whether a column of figure was right or wrong
by looking at It, The man who blundered once
In a matter of thla kind he never forgave, and he
bad ho hesitation In telling blm to hi face that
he wa aa Idiot. I recollect one circumstance of
thla character which brought hi wrath down on
John D. Stockton, Ue lat editor of the Philadel
phia tat and myself, and which almost ruined
Stockton In hla estimation. There waa an eleo
tloo in ermont, and Stockton, who waa In
Charge, gave me tbe election table to make nn, I
knew nothing about ngures, and conn not then
any more than I ran now add np a column ot ten
lines correctly at least 1 would not bet on my
totala without anhmlttlng them to an expert.
Stockton knew even lea than I did, and toward
one or two o'clock In tbe morning took ray word
for it that the tame was all right, i had a mag
nificent Kepnbtican majority, but ermnnt
alwaya gave a large majority, ao that
there waa nothing remarkable atont that.
The next day, as stoikton and I were
standing near the table on which the ex
ehaagea were opened. In the middle of the room,
In walked Mr. Oreeley, rather excited. HU hat
wa fixed In a wild sort of a way on tbe luck of
his bead, and bl n kerchief was In the moat
beaatifnl disorder the knot away under his ear.
lie fumbled In hla pockets for a few minutes,
and finally pulled out a ropy of that morning
TYrtunr , Spreading It oot on tbe table he brought
bla hand down on the Vermont column on the
fifth page, and, without looking at any one. ex
claimed, "Who In be 41 fixed up Vermont last
night?" adding, with almost tears In his eyes,
"six thousand more majority than there are
voter In the Bute." Looking up at me, be
screamed, "Waa it you?" Before I ha! time to
answer be turned to Stockton and aald, "Who
was Intharg last night?' to which Stockton
replied, " I was, air." Mr. Oreeley, without say.
Ing another word, marched on to hla room, but I
nonottninxinairitorKton, wno wo one or the
beat and strongest writer on th paper, particu
larly oa reconstruction, ever recovered the old
man's good opinion, I never waa asked to make
np another election table In the Tritm office.
Hla recollection of names and dates was wonder
ful, and we had a tradition In the office that be
remembered the Initial of every man who ever
ran for ahertit In rvery county In the country.
Mr. Oreeley could never acquire sufficient
facility to dictate an article or even aurivatt
letter to a stenographer. He tried to do it when
wa sent up to the club house to report what
took place on the night tbe resolution of ex
pulsion came up, but no on wa admitted ex
cepting the member of the club. Two or three
rnetwa or air. tireeiey who were maid, however,
came ont and enabled me to make a report. If I
remember aright now. It waa deckled not to print
anything at all about It excepting an editorial
paragraph announcing the result.
Hr, ureeiey never hen communication with
any one In the office abmit the paper excepting
through the managing editor, IU alone knew
whether Mr. Oreiey waa pleased or displeased,
what be wanted done or what- he wanted trot
doag. Ill Inatructioaa wer alwaya brief, and
he generally wrote every morning a criticism of
the paper. X have oneef hla brief not) before
me new, written wheo. Mr, Young wa managing
editor. It readai Knave an editorial on Oram
letter to InteN, Morris, 6f Imnol, Including
the letter. IL Oreeley." It ha been asserted la
tbe lat campaign that Mr. Oreeley wUaetre-
aponatble Tor the coarse of the TrrkvaW daring
the Impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson, and
that he wrote rtooeot tn aructea on that eur
leou w uinecieii witn ine vtssnragton
office ef the. TfAtme at the time, and bare now
on my table (he iAaMcrtt of aa torii which
he wrote, and which waa telegraphed to the pa
per In regard to the vote, which explode that
story. Mr. Oreeley was always held tn the highest
esteem in the office, and by none more ao than
than by tbe printer. Themanuecript of bla ar-Ucleaabontiseo-T.aad
for anght I know after,
bnt certainly at that time, aa always preserved
by the proof-readers and given away to cnrlv'ty
hnnter. I baveknownmen tocometothe m -
and buy it, which I hardly surprising consider
ing the fnn that ha been made his writing all
over the country.
I waa oaoe thanked by Mr. Greeley while I
waa a reporter, and the occasion of It was tblai
lie had gotten Into one of hla numerous quarrels
with Mr. Bryant on the subject of tbe tariff, and 1
was detailed to visit the New York library and
eatlfroia the column ot the fleenm wwhat
that Journal had aald about the tariff ot 1M0 or
144. I found aome predictions oi Mr. Bryant
that If a certain tariff measure than pending In
Congress waa passed our commerce would rot
at the wharveauid much else of a similar Import.
Altogether I copied about twenty page of fool,
can, which kept Mr, Oreeley going for about two
months, I believe be wrote mor than one boo
dred arttclea on that material from the columns
of the Ami nearly thirty years liefore, Mr. Oree
ley eent for mi one day aa 1 told me that "it wia
aat what be wante L"
A cotemporary yesterday aald that Mj. Oreeley
was accustomed to write four column per day.
Mr. Oreeley ba not averaged a column a day In
the Tribune for tbe last ten years, and never In
one day wrote four of IU present columns. Be
fore it wis enlarged in iue it was oniy about the
site of the Philadelphia Iiupttrtr, and looked
somewhat like IU Somewhere In bla M Becollec
tlona of a Busy life" Mr. Oreeley rather boaat
Ingly aaya that he wrote at one time two column
per day, but that waa in the early daya of the
Tribnnt, when it waa even entailer than It wa In
I8M. J. P. P.
mniiAuotrsi pn law auk.
Ebjhl Persia FIaTgr4 aM miaHr al New
C'aatle-CiviiiAti la Del war.
Ttio Wilmington G&nmtrclat aay i
Eleht men ercii trolored and me whlto
wero pilloried and wMppexl at New Castle cm
Balnrday. The rnjoJaUiaent took place In the
court-yard of the ceainty prison, a usual. It
was Inflicted, according to law, by the sheriff
nf the ronniy, and aahfl la J net elected and
entering on the dntle of hi ntftce, there wa
an unneafti imiuiic cwreuejiy io ne tna per
Hie plHorrlm? bciran at 10 o'clock. Pre
vtons to thla hour a targe crowd assembled
SOCIETY LIFE IN WASHIN8T0N
Tl (Mill? ol Mr. Ju.llf. Ktrnuf'wIU hm1 Ik.
wtnt.r la Wublnfton. F
Rf fnlir irtfinonQ rMTpfl.iM .RI tm.
ntnot la rmtl Mrn..t. ' .
Mri. Ki-rmUMI T;!r h.. i.l.n rnonA lot
Ik. winter la 'Itnrfrui.a, .1 Jr. Alihott'iyim
Mn. AHomrj nrnrrtl irilllkm. ,.r, a dinner
Xnt loiKlKtclrrMofiwrlowl trlraiU II k.r
loan, flitardiv .rrolnff.
Mn. roalraulrr (tenml rrn.elL o mo.
ouulde the if ! ol tb. rourt-Tird, nd wbtn ' lD""" w"a i"11 " i 4km,
.i.. . .. ..........I a-... m- .f - '.. . i rrtnrn nee nv wiitMAti. a- ik. &..
ry wBi-etijicnca nweq inaiae. ins nan( .".,mi.,i,wUii,
her of these apcculor was, at one) time,
pruoauty lurre noiwrca, Htciuairag men,
women and cblldrerwLMany of thein seemed
to especially enjoy the procccdrnr, hod m
each culprit waa f astrtiexl ttp to I whipped
the crowd closed In ailvtpAihe aherln! to rat
a better view. m f
Sheriff ArmstmnzS-rrept In the fas of
Cooler and JW'tfislH, tbe former of whom
manlfcfted Bn amlavipna lmpndtnca, used th'
lash with moderated for, and it waa wV
showed greater humanity than ha been tubal.
EdwardGrcen, ayoung mulatto, rather J H
leate, whoee cruse wa the larceny of a band
uniform, waa broaght trembling to the post.
The twenty lashes of the "cafwere laid on
rather lightly, yet producing much distress.
The Oesh quh erod and the tears flowed freely.
He was then returned to hla cell to remain alx
month and wear a VonTlcta Jacket six
monlha after discharge.
mo next man "poeico. waa llcory i. etat
field, a colored man, for the larceny of a horse.
While In tho pillory, one hour pret Ion to the
whipping, Henry wa Inclined to he merry
and to make the beat or the situation, laugh
ing and conversing with a companion In the
"yoke." In this rase the twenty lashes were
applied with more Thror than In tho first cab.
raising the blood, and causing the prisoner to
flinch considerably, but not rien a groan or
cry n.Bcu ma nn, ma man returned m
ma ecu to remain turce yeara.
Mr, Justice flwavne entertained the Jostle f
the Supreme Court Batarday eveamr, at nJa real
drive. Thay will be enurUlaM by ftrrlry
Fish next Wednesday, r
Early ibis month Kiv James it. Carlisle. s-
Mated by Ml lYrwfon, jaatly telbratedr ioV
many grsce, will aaMnencw an Saturday rtc.
Mia Emm rbrnevtaeAnty aad talent the
Bigvry-taTTjred Benghter of Mr. TJ. c. rVraey, U
engagniLit 1 aald, to be married to Mr. Maaon,
a prominent and wealthy gentleman of tb city of
Bear Admiral Worden,nf monitor fame, t
about to be placed at the head of one of the bn-1
reaua of the Navy Department. With hla ele-
gaut wire society ne re will receive a moat de-
Mr, Admiral Dahigren will gather aronnd her
the fashionable of Washington this winter, at
her residence, corner Fourteenth and L at reels,
Lieut, Vinton Ooddant, a young gentleman much,
liked here, will be with hi mother for the pre,
ent, and, if rumor I tnte, he win marry a Wain
Ington belle next January,
TUB !OTKKN.YIK.NT FHINT1NO.
Aanaal It r pert af ike Canaref alaaal Priat
Hon, A. M. Clapp, Congreaalonal printer, haa
The next man whipped wa John tloblnson, transmitted the twentieth annual rpvt of bis
colored, for charge of larccncy and one nil office to tic President Colfax, who will lay u
uiiruway roonrry. Alter an nonr in ine
pillory, he wa fastened tin and received sixty
lashes, "well laid on " Thla punishment pro-
duced no other sign of pain than a alight Jerk
ing of the muscle.
Prettyfoot Cooley, a light mulatto, for the
same offence aa the aboTe, stood one hour In
tha pillory and as whipped sUty lashes.
This man came from hi cell apparently en
joying the part he wa to act, and admitted
his guilt and expressed bis willingness to
iio uiu rnnecqaeuceei,-- ana to "Dear It lixe
a man." In Hie pillory, the hour of real
physical suffering was spent In laughing and
before the Senate to-day. The tabular aute-
mentstbst accompany the report are read up
for the year ending September 30, iVTt, of which
the following la a summary!
The total amount of printing, Ac., executed by
authority of law or Joint reeolution waa aa foi
lows: ,nii page, wnicn coai ror iiiBogrftpning
U,6M w; coat of printing, dry preaat-);, fobtlng.
me, iov,i nr, coai or paper ior pnaitng, mnn
ing, and maps, tii.13i.to; coat of binding rr-
acrved and extra copies. t9T.4og.M: total roar.
Tbe total amount of printing, Ac, executed bv
order of the Hon a of Itetireaentatlre wa
4A,iiI pagea, which coat for Utbographing and
Joking wllh a companion In crime, perfectly ' ?nAr,l, ry!!,c,0"t of pr1n,ln' dry pressing.
inaiacrroi to me pnnunmrnt uing inn cted. :'" :." VHTlTV-ViaBii ".T,' , V Kiii.-.-T;
Ssiffii.T bon,e !i1,,f ,",r m.fnncr- Wr iSwsiii "ivi??
although the lashes were "well laid tm." cans-1 iOn.oe w.
ing the blood to flow with each blow of the Total amount of printing, Ae., executed It
lash, the flesh being badly lacerated. When I order of the Senate waa kvo page, which coat
loosed from the poet, Cooley Jumped up etrlk- for lithographing Ht.?T; coat of print-
The N York Worll publlebea an Inter
estlne table, showing the gross earning of
each horse and each stable during the racing
season of 187J. The McDanlels confederacy.
In whlth a well-known Chicago merchant
owns one fourth Interest, heads the list with
a gross amount of fiTJSO with theTrarera
cup, worth toOO, added, made np principally
br the earnlnirs nf their two thrrc-vear-olde.
Joe Daniel and Hubbard, aaalsted by Harry
vassett, wnostauaainiraon tneir stame imi
of winner. Tbe Babylon stable, owned hr
August Belmont, I credited 1th the hand
some figure of fJl,4oi), of which Woodbine
earned f 7,300, Wade Hampton, now nnfortn
uatrly hopeleaalT broken down, but one of the
oeai orea cons in toe country, wun ts.iai,
while tho three two-year aud Silk Stockings,
Count d'Oraay and Medora, have collectively
winners is tne iopnisr rreaancs Biaoie, m.
U. Sandford') with JO.OrJO; of which pW
waa wen at the spring meeting of the Me
tairle and the Louisiana Jocky club at New
Orleans, by Monarchist, SaUna and Madam
Dudley Of the tl.etO earned by W Hab
cock' stable, t,(KM wa earned In New Or
leans. Of the ftMlfj earned by Joe Ponobur,
4VX) was won al Memphis by Mary Hennes
sey. Of the Western, Southern and Cana
dian stable that annually visit the eastern
circuit, Mr. II. F. McUratu s, oi Lexington,
Ky.. hrada the list -with 17,710, of which
u 300 waa won br bla crack two-vear-old
Tom Bowling, and W,700, together with a 500
piece of plate given by R. Schell.by Susan Ann.
The aocond on the Hat 1 D. K, Haniee, whose
Meteor earned N0, beside having the
credit of being the only three-yearld that
beat Joe Daniel outside the confederaev'a
eUble. The third on the list 1 old John
Harper, wllh tV-, 13,800 of which wa
won by hi farooua Longfellow, and 1,040 by
the grand little bono Littleton.
Hew Paper Htd ike Fir la Bf a.
J From th Boston Advertiser. Nov. II)
Cnrlou rcault hate followed aome of the
experlmenu made upon charred paper and
documents, and the examination of books Id
safe which proved worthies In the great flre.
It ba been found that what paper-maker call
poor paper paper considerably "clayed"
atood the best. Parchment paper, used for
bond and lcral document, shriveled up ex
ceedingly, and the print blistered so that it
could be read when writing wa Illegible, So
It waa w Ith the engraved work on note. Tbo
gliding on the at count-book burned and
Lharred showed out as brhrbt and clear as
when the boohs were newj wnicu brings up
the qncstlon If to Introduce gUt-edged account
books would not bo well, on the ground that
the gilt would stay the passage by lire of the
Books crammed Into a safe; o that It waa
difficult to get them out, suUered considerably
ice t nan t iose mat were sei in looseir. in
which everything else wa worthless, mi far
freerved that the figure on their page could
ilct lphcrod. With charred papers, which
could not 1 made transparent by any light
whaieter lined. It wa found, after tue em
ployment of vltrol, oxalic acid, chalk, glyce
rine, aud other things, that anything that
moistened them to a certain stage to which
It wa delicate work to get and not Pass
made the lines, words, aud figure legible
through a magnifying glas. It ha been the
almoet unl.eraftl exiHTlenco that lead-pencil
marks show nut all right where Ink mark!
cannot lie dWlugaleliwl. The eucroee of the
iiho of photography ha already been tinted.
PlbaaiH Daaaagr far II reach ef
The late Art hlhald Dnnlop lqucatbed to
Mis Mary J. Aiken, of Quaker Hill, Dutthes
county, the sum of 10,0u0. Mr. Dualop waa
engaged to Ihi married to Mlfa Aiken, but for
some reason the engagement wa broken by
nun. I no toiiowing clause in nia win ex
nlalna the matter mure clearly i
alanv tear aliire. before mv aconalnLance
with the late Mr. Dnnlop, I wa engaged to
Mlea Aiken, which emraifcment. for certain
reasons, w aa broken off by me, I have not
seen her for over thirty year, bnt know that
ahe Is still alhe, and now. for partial repara
tion ior luti wrong commiiiru, sua annum aue
allll live at the tlnM of my death abe will re
ceive It, I direct toy executor to pay her In
three annual Instalments, within twelve
log bl. htol. together, wring, ( told ton I M. pr"'-Ml"":?L,l WX
wu til. m.n tn i .t.nri It rf .nil w. Ih.n r.. ' romt ' PPr lor nnntlnff, blnillo, knl rntpe.
M,I5tM.ii...L "1IJ7.IM.I1; ec ol lilnitlng renerte.1 nd eitim.
turned to nl. cell lor three retre. Jnniet LktH.li. toul eat. HH.t4lun.
i 'K-.ia iv ii.m. &ninu..i i.- a .:-. . -. m l :.- . .
offeneo as the two foi
former caecs. stood In tbe i (Jbrarrof Ctmrreas. ena natre. which cost fl..
pillory one hour and received sixty laehc. In I " . 'ftr IPr tor priming. Unding aad maps.
Vllill ivi ir-u....B i-wT, .. bu. van irvw
li,n)90; tout coat, I1S.0M U.
Amount oi pnnjina;, arn rarcuieii mr ineroni'
pain by flinching and twitching of the muscles.
This man aluo remains In prl-wm for three
William Benton, colored, for the larceny nf
a door-mat, receiving twenty lashes, bearing
It firmly, without a groan or cry The coin-
,..ri. m ... ...frninnT ib e.a u uwiiu mpnsun- , M.t: lor llthoirranhln andenirraVln. WT.
meni ana a ron ici a jncitei six inoniiw lucre- for printing, .rry-presaing.fohliEg, Ac.;ri ,.;h;
mlssiou to revise th I nited auiules 4oM i w
printing, dry-preaalng, folding, li, fi.taA.lf; for
pler for printing, binding, nd maps, tt,4tT.ot,
for binding reserved and extra copies, tut so;
total coat, $1,141.83.
AggregAie namiifr oi page pnniei, wnwn
for printing, binding, aawl maps,
more in prison ami m ear a convict i.
six rnotiths thereafter la the Hnalty In
Thomas Dixon, a cnlornl man. for larccnr. a.ittkftfT.
was whipped wllh twenty la-he. The effect Th coat of printing and paper for same, and
was not oepccially notfceable. Six monlha . of blank l-wka, binding, mumg, Aev, for the
' r . ,. ' eaeri e and Indlclal uVuartraenia of iha (lav
ernmtat u a follows: .
State Uepartsasot printing, IA44A.4N' paper,
KB44jatblna) beak. blniUng, ruling, AC, f II,
traeaary frl-H' -" it,wM.tt
pai-M, van TT; blank boots, binding, Ac liift.
It no. Toui,trtt,bljw.
Interior ucjwrtmeut Printing, ttaSIIIJU,
psier, VYfJieXi: blank hook binding, rnllng.
C. BO. 1BV.II. 1 uibi, ano,iv,iBi.
i ar ivranDirni rni
Th last case on exhibition was that of John
WV u?. ftSBKS T-MtttHTrlTn
Intelligent and respectable looking man. of
atwut 30 j ears, for whom there an red to
bo more than ordinary sympathy expressed
by the assembled croud. He stood one hmir
In tbe pillory and rccchcd twenty lashes but
moderately applied; each blow, however,
produced Hood. The PunUhmcnt waa home
without a murmur, and Caldwell returned to
hi cell for three years.
W,04.3: hunk book, binding, ruling, Ac, $,
1M.W, J mil, I4),IB.rV.
Nvy Iennmeut Printing, f,u,lM.77: paper,
$lt,9rhl.sfl; blank looka, binding, ruling, c- to,
Ml . TOUL $HH,mi.40.
Judwlary Iepartment Printing, 12(11.14;
paper, 11,nJTi tilank-tihoka, binding, ruling,
Ac,J,fl10i. Tout, IIS.4TU1.
Post Office liepanment Printing, tfl.anijQ:
fiiTt, ftsisii,!. ii a ii ui uu aa, oinuLUE, rnuni.
iu iia.ttl.w. Tout, H7a.io.
Lrepaninem m Agncuiiure tTinting, xa,Ba.rr:
paper. TM.?Tj blank-books, binding, ruling,
ACmM.BC3.S9. ToUI,i1,T0 4i
Office of Congreaaloual Printer Pilatln& fl,
0TT43; paper, fiaoJV4; blank-booki, blading,
ruling, Ac,f IM 40. ToUt,flui3.4X Total coat
rorpnnung.ioua,aii.wi; paper. 104,771.1 1; blank,
books, binding, ruUng, A a, 3J4,ouo. (iraaul
TahleNo.1 a how th dlaheiraementa nn i
count of public printing to bar been in9,lt0.l.
Table No. 4 shows tb dishursemenu on ac
count of paper for the public pruning tn h
B4a.wiv.a auu tnerr rrniauiru on nanii rcKcm.
tier iw paper to the value of l0T,ntf,4T.
TaileNo.g ahowa th dlaburaemenU on aev
count of thapubllo Nndlngto have beentMl,
eea,l, anil the valoa of stork on hamL exclusive
of machinery, atood on Ihj Both of Hrptember,
Table No. a I a autement showing th dis
hursemenu on account of photo-lithographing
lithographing and en graving forth senate and
HouMOf Representative from the 1st of Octo
ber, 1871, to Ih anth September, IsTt, Inclusive,
to have been Mia?..
Table No. 1 ahowa th eatlmated cost of tb
P Btreet, from tbe bridge to Twenty-first
street, ia to be paved with the roun t block pavement.
Peter McNamara wu directed to tuh forward
hla work on Nlchola avenue to completion a
last a poamuie.
A contract was made with Mr. Patrick Bren-
nantotayall-lnohplpeBewer In K street, be
tween Thirteenth and Thlrteeu-amt-a-lielf
to ai RXrucrn,
Inspector Wallace wu directed to instruct the
contractor to replace the brick In the old pave
ment on Fifth and Sixth street, from B street
south to Kut Capitol, taken up to Uy ibe sewer.
The chief engineer a as directed to Instruct
the contractor on First street west to pave the
entrance to n unington ami tieorgetnwn f(all
mail t'otnpany'a feeil-bouse with wonI.
Mr. Stephen Tally wa directed Io compteta
the grading and paUng of the alley running for the year ending September ao, 17 Total
through from O to (Irani atreetj along aide of the earntnga for the year, fMt7,aa4: dlabarsc-
work unOnlahed on the Both of Septemter. 1871,
to bet For printing, fS,a4l; paper, 47,iS3,;
blank-trooks, bimlkng, ruling, AcatliiT.la. -.
grrgate, f 154,90,0.
Talil No. a la a comparative aggregate aute
ment showing the earnings and dlabiiraementa
Mv beatwtahce shall alwava attend von. and
.:: .. ...... kh..i.r.. .... .1 l. .-
SSShSSj" lli leeimp 01 lkTJrofD'J. -" wrltln, Ih. "m,rtr.n Conllel,-1. hU
gratitude and esteem. a.ocrctary, Mr, N. P. I'rner, who wrote tbe
I shall alwaya remain yonr obedient aervant celebrated report of the burning of Barnnm'
and devoted friend. Museum, told me that he conld write Ion hand
UOBACI rOKTBB, .,, .h. ,, flreelee eonl.1 anoaV in,l thai
WAaHtMOTOH. b O.. lee. I. IBTI. i
Mr DlAB Oxnkbau our letter of thia date,
notifying me of your desire to quit tbe puhllo
service to accept a more advanugeou position
In civil life, and expressing regret at severing a
oonnactlon of such long Bunding u has existed
between us, U received. It U with regret on ray
itArt alao that our official relatione have to cease.
though I am glad to believe that oar personal re
latious will, through life, remain aa in the put.
nearly all of the first volume of the 'Conflict'
wu written In that way. Mr. Oreeley, however,
Imagined that h wu doing an enormous amount
of work, and that Vrner had Uken tho entire
nook in shorthand, while the ra 1 1 that he took
little more than one-half of It. Mr. Oreeley rarely
recognised any of the men who worked on the
paper ouuide tbe office excepting hla two ur
three Immediate lieutenant. I remember Has-
You hAve mv hearty rontrratulationa that vou ani. a-hnhui hnm BjiitoriBi vhi mi h.
"T"irVV'"r:,":,i"'r"uLrui: '1 panen a wriur on the "American Cyclo-
arrviccra 111 uiiio ui ui miiii m, num m r ,, . . , ... . . .
iertlontlhMtllllle,iiJ jour .micella time ol I V"ll," n who U no. one ol the piinrlpal
peke both In k mlfltkry kn4 In k rltll rkpftcltj. I eOltora ol the Trttnim, coming Into the office one
hire been ot ko iillilictorj i n.lore to tnj.ell morning rer; Indlgnint, Ui mil thit he hkil
S?.1'..cl.5.0?.'.?.',t7i:5;,..,i',,.,i0.'! U Mr. Oreelej In the cirund uluted him.
fltnes for t he new and responaiMe trust you are Oraeiey looked at htm In a v. ondering aort of way , oVbujUieai purposes. Any man m ho wanU
aiiout nmlerUklng., as much a to ask who he was, Huasrd declared m0nev to rcbulldwlth has onlv cot to uk for
of vmiraelf and family,
Wllh great respect, yonr obedient aen ant,
GKW, IIOHtCl P0KTKR, V, H. A.
Congregational church, at once.
Oen. Balloch wu directed to cause to lie Im
mediately constructed a temporary footcrosalug
on Mssaachnaetta avenue at the Intersection
with Sixteenth street northwest,
A contract wu prepared with O. Lacomb for
furnishing fire hundred wooden tree boxes simi
lar to those erected on Thiol street west, and to
ne iieiiverea a me rnainnan oi ine paraing com
mission may direct. A almlUr contract wu
matie wim Jackson rumpvey,
The chief engineer waa directed to make a
contract with Mr. John Chapman to Uy a fifteen
Inch pipe aewernn the west aide of New Jersey
avenue, from O to F street west, with the nanes
aary trap, man-holes and laterals, at board
tub rnxuMiTic iraa.
Permission wu granted Mr. A, Brlsliane, the
Inventor of the pneumatic tnbe to dig a trench
along North Capitol street and acrou the Inter
secting atreete for the pnrpoa of laying the
pneuinatle tone from the lApltol to the Govern
ment printing offlre; also, to construct necessary
abedaln wbkh to store aud prepare tbe luralier
to l used in said work.
months, the sum of f 10,000; should ahe re
f u to reoeh e It, the amount to revert to my
II Is stated that tbe lady signified her ac
ceptance of the bequest, and ha been paid
the amount provided by Mr. Dunlop.- Troy
Ziraes, Aor. 85,
Piintt or Capital at Boston. Since
tbe fire men of means from abroad have come
for anl and offered plenty of capital for use
Iu rebuilding the burnt dWrkt. Tho banks,
too, are a, strong to-day aa they ever were,
and there seems to be no end to the mailable
mean for reconstruction. It Is surprising
what a largo amount of unemployed capital
there 1 lying around loose) and the bolder
of IL knowing that the bonds of the city of
Boatou are worth more than Gotemment se
curities, or anv other erodes of Public securi
ties, are anxious to aee their money Invested
In ibe prospective new buildings, if tbe loss
by tho flre had been 100,000,000, Instead of
180.000,000, there would 1-e no lack of capital
anl aome of the stockholder wer by no mean
aatlafled with hi action In the matter. Hla cele
brated letter to George W. Blunt and other, and
ne threat 01 a party in the I'nion League cluh to
UEATIIKIC Uk-POKT. x
OrriCBOf CitirrKiuMALOrrKKa, I
WAaaiNirnix, 11 u.liec.1. ISTl, lam.
STNonti for tub rasr TWBNrv-roia uocas.
Tbe barometer U low in the Northweat and
over the lakea,and them e to th Ohio valley, with
northwesterly to southwesterly wlnU,occuional
snow on th lower Ukes. and Increased tempera
tures. In the Onlt and South Atlantic riute
Iftivj .,iutkj nrvbTTii iivubiiriij rriutiH auiu ui-
rreuing temperature. In the Kasaern and Middle
piiatca aouincriv 10 wenterty winiis, low preasures,
warmer and threatening weather, wllh snow,
bail, sleet and rain.
For tbe Northwest and tha nnner ULea. and
thenc to Mbwourt and Kentucky, nonhweaterly
and soathwesterly winds, racreuiug presaures,
colder antl cloudy weather, with occasional light
snow, in th tJulf and South Atlantic sutea
aoutherly to westerly winds and low liarorueter;
1 luuiij "timer kiwi ni BJiioiiai raiua. m ine
lower lakes and over the Miiblte an.t IfBatcrn
Sutea, aoutheuterly to aouthaeaterly winds.
uiri ir-iuin-iamiiwiuiji wniiuiMr, inrvairu-
Ing weather, with 001 uloual rain, anow and ball. ,
Warning algnala continue at lhilutlvMllwan
kee, t hlcago, Grand Haven, Detroit, 1 oiedo and
Cleveland, ami are ordered for Nework,Cape
May and Baltimore.
The tlgnal office reporu that at 4 35 p. m. yes
temarlt wu anowlng at uewego, Hoi heater,
HuffAlo, Cleveland, Toledo. Detroit, Pittsburg,
lndlanapotta, Toronto and Kingston, and raining
at Claclnnatl,Loulavme,NuhvCie and La Crosse.
AtllO. tn. It vu.innvlnv at Itoalnn. Unn.
treaL KurUngton, Oswego, ltothestrr. BuffAlo,
niani, novrr ami tvingsion;
j iilsnuiK I11 I'll 1411 a.
raining at Haahlngtnii,
Oreeley bailed Jeff. DavU there waa a good Boston Is unconscioua of lu financial strength 5oa lMt", Baiiimore. 1-hiladeiphU an 1 New
I of excitement In th 3Wmm establishment, mW iHmrr. FVotn a liotton letttr ' ,
Hatfr In BoAton bava advanced 13 to 00
per rent lu coaequoc) of the flre, and ar
quoted at VIS pfupaaand.
Tok Snanlah are oiilte dclhrhtcd. aa , a Ibe
New York tnmtniot fiafr, bwhu expel him, aud the possible effect of hU unpopu.
f e 'y.h e?ihl1S,.K & K1?!! Tt'S I Ur r,lon ou lB P-Ur were for about two week,
tlon throughout the klngdomon the lat of 1 mtAmtlm ,,, J7.!?m ,.,.. .
Ieeember .When thev bav. foimdpul the ""' - " r"V"": "rlT'".
degree 01 lmDecuiiy wnitn 11 1 poeaiwe ior a " , "". "" "
Jury to attain, and ha bad ft few Instance fWad, and seemed
. ' .i.t 1.. i...i..j iw.i. about tha enllr affi
Ul viuuiiouai iiiaounj iuiivuuwu in iwu
oourts, they will algh for the good old tuna
when, killing waa a crime and criminals ware
given abort shrift and a apeedy retribution.
tb office. Mr. Qrecley wu not in the least
not to car a straw
about tb entire affair. Tb 7tien lost
about fifteen hundred subscriber, but lt
gained mor than twenty-fire hundred. The
Sxit or luniw readfriwai R)gr A Pryor. It
ruuiui nr mi jtM! im,mmt.rmm vti iiiairurar-
raenu.fx,lH,TTl.ffu; amount ot earning in ex
cess of expenditure, f A3,lla.04.
laoie no. aanowa inenumoerni persons em
ploye! In the public printing and bintta daring
the year, with tbe length of time each has been
employed and the amount each recetveil, in
cluding pay for extra work.
or thb rajurnia orrtca anuwu
Mr. Clapp apeaka u follows:
1 deem It a part or my duty to Inform Congress
nf tbe preeeni condition of th building In which
th public printing and binding are now dose, u
well u to Its present accommodation and pros
pective necessities, ihe enlarged building 1
barely adequate to meet the present neceaaiile
of iu Increasing businesa.
There In no room to spare to a prospective In
crease, and I would recommead an appropriatloo
sufficient to erect a wing on the west line of thit
property, from tbe main building to the alley,
imllarln structure (except the tower) to that
erected on North Capitol atreet one year ago.
iiiai winint biv inure larunuiie rouiua ior OiA
rnioe-auop, paper-warenouae, ami stereotype
foundry than are at present afforded, and en
Urge the composing room, bindery and folding,
room, all of which will soon require additional
in this connection 1 would respecfhily call the
uruuuu ui luuiiirii ui ine prraeni
BDectlve "Condition of tb I ior eminent
office bulldin- and nronertv under the naariVW
Ui'lUbed grad of U street. ThU grade haa
leen TBlaed though I nave formally protest!
jBtuB 1 bu mm tu mi up iu Rcinni rnirance,
used by the employe, considerably ahov the
floor, whll the pavement of the aide walk U
aloned towartt. Instead of from, th wall of the
building, lime )ireciptuUng tbe roof anl side
walk water upon Ita foundation and exposing tbe
iress-ronm, which U filled with valuable anTdel
cate machinery, to a moisture which will be In
jurious alike to properly and the health of ope
ratives. Ho long u It ta not practicable to ele
vate the floor of the pms-room, with Ita vast
and valuable machinery, to the grade of tbe
sidewalk, that grade should be depressed boas
to relieve th building of all accumulating water
underneath lu first floor, and aave th machine
ry from the inevitable consequent ea of a mol
ture which contracts rust.
Having done all in my power by way of eour
teouB protest to save thia property from ilamagr,
1 now respectfully call the attention of Congrv
to the matter, trusting It will take Burn action as
th necessltiea of the rut may aoeni to demand.
I would again call tbe attention nf Congress to
the salaries prl I by law to the several c lerka in
this office u Inadequate to Justly compensate
them for Ibe amount of latior iierfortned under
tncir im rrBiun nuuea. i wouiu runner auggeat
that tbe law limiting the number of 1 lerka to 1
employed In this office should tie so altered aa to
giv the Coogreuional printer discretion aad
power to Increase tbe number of his clerks aa, m
hla Judgment, tne necessities of tbe office will
warrant, under the aame restriction that applies
to other employees! that be "shall not, al any
time, employ in said ettAhiummeni more bands
than the absolute necessity ot tbe work may re
quire." From ihe aututic of this report. It la apparent
that a vast Increase of labor haa been periormM
within this office during the Ut )er. There
suits establish their own record, ihe present
orgenUatlon aud arrangement of th oflke, ith
Its increased fat I lit lea, under a aklilfnl and faith
ful corps of aiiUirdlnatee, alik in th clerical and
tneihaulcal departiueuu. hav enabled ihe Con
grenaloual printer to discharge hi dutle with
(.omparative eas and comfort, ami, be trust, tu
tb public aallsiacuoo and lieueai.
! A nkw ttt of premluina are to be offerej nt
.. . . " . I iimioi ine saddest lustanees of woman
Tub odd title of rarleon'a Christmas story, falthleuncs with which wo hare eer nut
'Bread and Cheese and Kissea." la explained 1 waa that of the wife of a man in Hr. nu it
in It dedlc atlon to bla mother. It I evl- seem that the couple had arranged that for
dasit that the Farjeon board did not groan alx month the husband waa to get up aud
uuaiT ita waa oi aauiy luzune. ana v. nea make the kitcben flre. and that tbe wife wu Brown VnlverattT Ti ib iiiw ih.
luemueuoy auuiuua "nail are wo to to penonn the tun ljr the succeeding ik Hartshorn uremlunia. and are .lerlr Tew
hare for tUnner tolay, motberr he would months. The man'haU year expired on tbe !bK
receive u bU tniwer 'Bread and cbeeaa d, and on the morning of the 3d the woman university by SH t Hartshorn. "SaKil Z
and kuaee.- Tha dedication show that he I taddenly died He U nearly broken-hearted I S?lS cLof 1811 TlKSlSum! M?l
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